Are you a military spouse with great writing skills who has always wanted to write and share your thoughts on military life?
Army Wife 101 is opening the doors to give military spouses no matter what branch a chance to showcase their writing skills and share his/her thoughts on different aspects of the military lifestyle.
We are looking for military spouses to guest write on topics pertaining to the following categories below.
Health Topics Related To Tricare
Various Aspects of the Military Lifestyle Experiences (deployments, military spouses, employment , living onpost, PCS’ing etc)
While Army Wife 101 herself is known to be a very casual writer I’ve worked hard to establish a professional brand that is well known for being candidly honest and a trusted voice in the military spouse community. I’d love for submitted articles to reflect the same tone and still maintain professionalism at the same time.
1. Article must be an original piece not published elsewhere.
2. You must own the copyright to any images submitted with your written content.
3. Separate any headings by making them bold.
4. Include a a small bio about yourself. (Ex: Jane Doe is an Army Wife , fitness instructor and mom of 2 currently living on Fort Bragg. She enjoys eating cupcakes, exercising them off and eating them again. (you get the gist).
5. Submission must be a minimum of 350 words and no more than 500.
6. Please submit quality content.
7. See an example of an article submitted here: https://armywife101.com/2014/05/military-spouse-13-reasons-awesome.html
Wow, wonderful weblog structure! How long have you ever been blogging for? you made running a blog glance easy. The entire look of your website is excellent, as well as the content material!
I’m so happy I found this website today! yay!
Aloha from Hawaii!
I will be submitting an article but can you tell me what would you do if you don’t accept an article?
I had a question preferably for a wife/gf whos had their significant other in basic training while they were pregnant, if you can help please email me at email@example.com thank you
Awesomeness! This is a very cool idea! I have been wanting to start a blog to share tips and info for future spouses, specifically in Europe! Thank you for extending such a great opportunity! :)
Awesome! I hope you will submit a piece soon :D
Very nice setup! Great work on the page. I have a question, unrelated – sort of. I am recently retired Army and spend my time writing and finding ways to help my fellow Vets find jobs/homes/etc in the Houston area. One of the common threads for folks returning from deployment is communication. The same thing I heard from my wife: “He won’t talk to me about it, it’s like he is hiding a part of himself now. It hurts that I’ve been cut out.” So I wrote a book, avoiding all the violence and diving into the mind of a Veteran. it is my opinion that it can make a difference in the relationships that struggle after deployment, and comments received to date indicate I’m right. Problem is, I have no idea how to get it to the right audience. Selling copies is nice, more important to make a difference. How could I tap into a thriving military spouse blogosphere in order to get this book where it belongs – in the hands of those who love my Veterans? Tell me how, I’ll send you, or anyone struggling with the BS of coming home, a copy.
Not Quite Home by James Morgan, cheapest on lulu but available anywhere online.